NEA AKTINA A.E.Country: Greece
|Αλμανάκο (Almanako)||7.8 (#6)||1990||> today|
|Βιβλιοθήκη Κόμιξ (Komix Library)||7.86 (#5)||2008||> today|
|Η Μικρή Γοργόνα (I Mikri Worwona)||6.46||1998||- ?|
|Κόμιξ (Komix)||8.26 (#1)||1988||> today|
|Μίκυ Μάους (Miky Maous)||7.65 (#10)||1966||> today|
|Μίκυ Μυστήριο (Mickey Mistirio)||8.06 (#2)||1995||- 2005|
|Μίννι (Minni)||7.05 (#39)||1995||> today|
|Μεγάλα Σήριαλ (Megala Serial)||7.76 (#7)||?|
|Μεγάλο Μίκυ (Megalo Miky)||7.71 (#8)||1967||> today|
|Ντόναλντ (Donald)||7.98 (#3)||1994||> today|
|Σούπερ Μίκυ (Super Miky)||7.25 (#27)||1979||- ?|
|Φεστιβάλ (Festival)||7.1 (#35)||2001||- 2005|
|Χαρούμενες Ιστορίες Ντίσνεϋ||6.74 (#63)||1989||> today|
|Gouini||6.76 (#59)||2000||> today|
|Klasika||7.93 (#4)||1970||> today|
|Pasatempos||7.2 (#30)||2000||> today|
|Sπέσιαλ (Special)||7.3 (#25)||1999|
|W.i.t.c.h.||7.51 (#14)||2002||> today|
About NEA AKTINA A.E.In Greece, Disney magazines are published by Nea Aktina A.E., a subsidiary of Ekdoseis Terzopoulos and D.O.L. since 1999.
The first Greek Mickey Mouse was published by Christos Terzopoulos of Evangelos Terzopoulos Publishing Enterprises on Friday 1 July 1966. Christos Terzopoulos remains both publisher and editor of Disney magazines. Miky Maous is the second oldest title in Greece, surpassed only by Gynaika magazine, also published by Christos Terzopoulos. But because it's a weekly, Miky Maous, holds the record for the most issues of any magazine printed in Greece.
Over the years, more titles were added to the Disney collection; today, twelve titles are published. All magazines are printed in 4-color on high-quality paper. In Greece, Disney culture is extremely popular and appreciated by both parents and children. According to a international survey, the Disney name is more highly respected in Greece than anywhere else worldwide. Almost every Greek has been a Disney magazine reader at some point in his or her life. The magazines rarely offer presents or gadgets to support and enhance their circulation.
Despite Greece's small population of ten million people, Disney magazines cover most publication categories. Almanako is the only Disney magazine in the world aimed solely towards boys. Komix is a collector's magazine. It differs from other Disney collector's magazines in that it is not only limited to Donald Duck stories, but rather, it includes stories featuring the whole Disney family. All stories are re-colored and the magazines are printed in high quality paper.
Because the circulation of Disney magazines greatly increases over the summer, the company publishes three summer titles and also sells past issues
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